Doctor Who : Bred for War - The Sontaran Collection (The Time Warrior / The Invasion Of Time / The Two Doctors / The Sontaran Experiment) Five DVD Boxset £14.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/RAC 5% @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Pleasantly surprised to see that this has dropped in price so quickly.

DVD Description
This superb Doctor Who box set contains all four stories featuring the alien species the Sontarans.

The Sontarans are the militaristic clone species from the planet Sontar who made their first appearance in 1973 in the Who serial "The Time Warrior".

They are tipped to re-appear in the new fourth series of Doctor Who.

Features four Sontaran stories: "The Time Warrior", "The Invasion Of Time", "The Two Doctors", and "The Sontaran Experiment".

Extras included:

Invasion of Time
Commentary -With actors Louise Jameson and John Leeson,
'Out of Time' - artistes and production crew recall the making of this story. With actors Louise Jameson, John Leeson, Chris Tranchell and Milton John
Deleted Scenes Deleted scenes from the film sequences for episodes five and six.
The Changing Face of Gallifrey: A look at how the portrayal of the Time Lords and their home planet of Gallifrey changed over the years.
The Elusive David Agnew Who is the mysterious David Agnew, the writer of this story? Script editors Terrance Dicks and Anthony Read try to get to the bottom of the mystery
CGI Effects
Continuity BBC1 continuity announcements from the story's transmission.
Photo Gallery
Coming Soon trailer.
Easter Egg
Radio Times Listings in Adobe PDF format for viewing on PC or Mac.
Programme subtitles.

The Two Doctors
Commentary -With actors Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant
A Fix with Sontarans from a 1985 edition of Jimll Fix it starring Colin Baker and Janet Fielding
Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who
Beneath the Lights 25 minute look behind the scenes
Beneath the Sun 35 minute featurette on location in Spain
Adventures in Time & Spain
Wavelenght half hour Radio 4 schools programme
Photo Gallery

The Sontaran Experiment
Commentary -With Elizabeth Sladen
Built For War Documentary that looks into the development of the Sontaran, featuring contributions from Terrence Dicks, Elisabeth Sladen, Anthony Read, Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant.
Photo Gallery

Time Warrior
Commentary - Terrance Dicks and Elisabeth Sladen
Beginning the End - the interviews are shot at the storys location of Peckforton Castle.
Trails and continuity
Stills gallery a Coming Soon trailer
A reproduction of the 1974 Doctor Who Annual
The Radio Times listings
The Time Warrior, a cover story both in PDF format.
Plus two Easter Eggs on this DVD

Actors: Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Colin Baker
Format: Box set, PAL
Language English
Region: Region 2 ( DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 5
Classification: PG
Studio: 2 Entertain Video
DVD Release Date: 5 May 2008
Run Time: 435 minutes
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#1
Andy you have far to much time on your hand my friend.
[mod]#2
Adam2050
Andy you have far to much time on your hand my friend.


Not working today. Raining. Bored.:oops:
#3
andywedge
Not working today. Raining. Bored.:oops:


You win this time!:thumbsup:
#4
"They are tipped to re-appear in the new fourth series of Doctor Who. "

They did.
[mod]#5
Mozart321
"They are tipped to re-appear in the new fourth series of Doctor Who. "

They did.


Yes, I saw that after the copying/pasting:thumbsup:
#6
1p cheaper on amazon. COLD
[mod]#7
humanracer
1p cheaper on amazon. COLD


How do you work that one out? Come on I'd love an explanation:w00t: Get a calculator, work it out and then you can say sorry. Start with the 5% RAC code, then deduct the Quidco. And I know not everyone uses Quidco, but 5% off alone makes it £14.24.
#8
andywedge
How do you work that one out? Come on I'd love an explanation:w00t: Get a calculator, work it out and then you can say sorry. Start with the 5% RAC code, then deduct the Quidco. And I know not everyone uses Quidco, but 5% off alone makes it £14.24.

I am not a member of the RAC and I am not using fraud to obtain discount codes.

But heat and rep added anyway since I only checked amazon and other sites after seeing this post initially.

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